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Trudeau Excitedly Admits He Has “Admiration” For The Dictatorial Powers Of China

It shouldn’t come as a surprise that globalist tyrant Justin Trudeau feels comfortable admitting that one of the countries he most admires is China. It’s clear he loves power, styles himself as an elite not worthy of interacting with the peasantry, and despises anyone who disagrees with him.

In a newly rediscovered video, Trudeau addresses a room of friendlies about banal leftist talking points. However, he takes it a step further when asked what country he admired and why. Did he mention his neighbors to the south? His neighbors and nominal figureheads across the pond? Anyone that values freedom? No, no, and no. Instead, the man increasingly known across the internet as Castreau casually and almost giddily name dropped China as a nation-state worthy of emulation.

The frightening answer was hidden within Trudeau’s trademark calm, lighthearted, and reassuring delivery. There were plenty of smiles, platitudes, and even a well-timed joke, all of which cheered the unfettered ability to advance noble agendas – his example was going green without hindrance. All of it was done in a manner meant to disguise the real truth about tyranny. Trudeau is a monster.

Why bother with liberty, debate, compromise, or exploring unintended consequences when you can unilaterally enact ruinous policies? If you can stomach one more Trudeau video, here he is celebrating Chinese dictatorship:

His entire response is transcribed below and we need to pull it apart.

“There’s a level of admiration I actually have for China…because their basic dictatorship is allowing them to actually turn their economy around on a dime and say we need to go greenest fastest. We need to start investing in solar. There is a flexibility that I know Stephen Harper must dream of having a dictatorship that he could do anything he wanted that I find quite interesting.”

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He says that “their basic dictatorship” allows them to turn their economy around, but he doesn’t say how that actually happens. Inquiring minds would like to know, because from an economic perspective, more government intervention inevitably hinders the efficiencies of the free market.

He then says that the ability to go green is a plus to dictatorship. Again, to whose benefit? The UK recently announced that the cost to heat homes is up 54% this year. Americans under the Brandon administration are paying more at the pump to fill up their cars than in years. Someone benefits under these false flag green agendas (which are really nothing more than technocratic globalist agendas), but it isn’t the little guy.

Finally, the most outrageous statement is that he says “Stephen Harper must dream of having a dictatorship.” What does this even mean? He somehow floats the idea of suppressing freedom in Canada and pivots in an instant to pretend his opponent would actually be the guy to do it. In one sentence, Trudeau goes from his own wet dream of unchecked power to gaslighting the friendly audience into believing their political rival is the real danger. It is simply a masterclass in disingenuity.

Is anyone surprised that Justin Trudeau implemented the use of emergency war powers to quell the civil unrest in Canadian streets? After seeing how much he fetishizes limitless power, the only surprise is that he didn’t do it sooner.